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Quote from: pey ron on October 11, 2017, 10:14:20 PMThe human dose is are the numbers I derive from the first study:17average mouse weight in grams20E4 dose per mouse in micrograms1176.47059mouse dose in micrograms per kilo6.2conversion factor for human dose189.753human dose in micrograms per kilo70average human weight in kilos13.282732human dose in microgramsSo, we need 14 milligrams. That costs 50 grands.
Quote from: pey ron on January 01, 2022, 02:21:01 AMSalut Nixeus, and happy new year it's funny how your nickname here is the anagram of your nickname elsewhere
Quote from: Nixeus on December 31, 2021, 08:03:49 AMHello people,A new article about E4 published December 22, 2021.https://insight.jci.org/articles/view/144935I really would like to try this stuff, not afraid to inject stuff but for me ( gut fibrosis), i think encapsuling this peptide in an enteric coated may be the best, nevertheless i really wonder how many times this peptide has to be used to really reduce fibrosis...Once a day ? Once a week ? Duration of a cycle ? I have recent scars due to surgery ( gynecomastia), maybe it could be a good indicator points...it his peptide works, scars may reduce....Some of you have recent inputs about this peptide ?
Quote from: Jack1909 on September 04, 2017, 10:00:56 PMI'm in..if kills me even better